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Today In Jewish History: Eichmann captured in Argentina

Sponsored by Aish.com: In 1960, Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann was captured in Argentina. Eichmann was in charge of implementing the “final solution” to exterminate Jews in the concentration camps. In one seven-week period alone, Eichmann transported 400,000 Hungarian Jews to the gas chambers. Eichmann was captured through the efforts of Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal and… Keep Reading

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Deconstructing the mythology of palestinian land

On a daily basis, we hear assertions from pablum-eating pro-palestinian sheep that Israel is occupying palestinian land. This is, of course, propaganda of the first order, since there is no such thing as palestinian land. To use that phrase – palestinian land – is to promote a blatantly political anti-Israel agenda. The excellent article below,… Keep Reading

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How ‘Nakba’ Proves There’s No Palestinian Nation

An excellent article by Steven Plaut that pierces and destroys the mythology of nakba. Over the past few years, the term nakba (also spelled naqba) has become the favorite nonsense word of the Anti-Israel Lobby. Meaning “catastrophe” in Arabic, it has been embraced by anti-Semites all over the planet to refer to Israel’s creation, which… Keep Reading

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Learning in Arabic about Jews and Judaism

Via Daniel Pipes: When I lived in Cairo in the 1970s, I conducted a little experiment: What, using only Arabic-language sources, could I learn about Jews, Judaism, Jewish history, Jewish culture, and the like? The paucity of resources stunned me; basically, the best way to learn about these subjects was to read between the lines… Keep Reading

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Today in Jewish History – Nissan 25

Sponsored by Aish.com: In 1933, King Christian X of Denmark attended the 100th anniversary celebration of a synagogue in Copenhagen, to demonstrate his solidarity with the Jews. During the Holocaust, King Christian served as a rare example of refusal to cooperate in the murder of Jews. Almost all of the Jews of Denmark survived the… Keep Reading

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